WOORABINDA CAMP

 

WOORABINDA CAMP

 

On the day after Cup Day the 34s arrived at Camp Woorabinda. We collected our luggage and unpacked it in our room. I shared a room with Harrison and we were really, really excited. Then we had a mini assembly. Zane sang a song called ‘Binda to us and then we had lunch. We had burgers for lunch and they were magnificent. Then the Red Group went to a farm. It was a pretty long walk. On the way back we saw some land yabby burrows. Later on we did an obstacle course. I thought it would be hard but it wasn’t.

 

On the second day of camp Woorabinda, Harrison and I woke up and we were really excited to do some more epic activities. The first activity was planning trees and my partner was Harrison. We planted 4 trees. After that we went kayaking. We had partners, mine was Matilda. We didn’t do very well but it was still fun. Then we went to our room and packed our clothes and did a survey about camp. It was about how good we thought camp was. I did all positive things. Stephen

 

After being on the bus for 2 hours we finally arrived at camp Woorabinda. First we introduced ourselves to the staff and they introduced themselves to us. After talking for a while we actually got to see who we were with, and then I heard something amazing – I was sharing a room with Ava C and Kelly. On the second day of camp I woke up and started to clean up our mess. Finally Ava and Kelly woke up and helped.  Laiyla

 

I had the best time of my life on camp. My favourite thing was the farm animals. My favourite animals were the cows. I loved the food because it was delicious. Later on we went to the reptile place and I saw a blue tongue lizard and I held it. There was a snake called Fluffy. It was active because its heat light was on. After that we went zip lining. Kelly